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Frisco Adventure Park extends tubing season, hosting Wounded Heroes

A family tubes at the Frisco Adventure Park. The park will be open for an extra weekend due to great snow conditions.
Lisa Seaman / Special to the Daily

The Frisco Adventure Park tubing hill and beginner ski/ride hill have added an additional weekend of tubing and skiing due to exceptional snow conditions. The tubing hill and beginner ski/ride hill had originally planned their last day of operations for Sunday, April 7, but will now also be open on Friday, April 12, Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, with the last tubing session beginning at 2 p.m.

Because of the extended season the tubing hill will now be able to host Wounded Heroes Family Adventures during their Summit County Family Ski Week in April. The mission of this organization is to offer recreational therapy opportunities to soldiers severely wounded in combat operations and to provide Wounded Heroes and their families with outdoor experiences.

Tubing at the Frisco Adventure Park tubing hill is $26 per hour and each additional hour of tubing is $10. Riders must be at least 36 inches tall to tube and be comfortable riding in their own tube. Reservations are required and may be made at FriscoTubing.com.

Skiing and boarding at the Frisco Adventure Park beginner ski/ride hill is $30 for a full day pass and children four and under ski for free. Any parent joining a child on the hill will need to purchase a lift ticket and be on ski/snowboard equipment. Limited quantities of passes are sold each day and do sell out so it is suggested that guests call 970-668-2558 to reserve ski/ride passes. For more information on tubing, the Nordic Center and other activities, please visit FriscoAdventurePark.com or call 970-668-2558.


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